Bella Vista Hotel & Self Catering Suites

Bishop's Road , Cobh, County Cork, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bishop's Road , Cobh, is near Fota Nature Reserve, Cobh Heritage Centre, The Queenstown Story, and Cobh.
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    Travel Blogs from Cobh

    The last goodbye

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jul 16, 2014

    ... time to bring it in). And the lighthouse there.  The lighthouse that would have been the last thing people who were on the Titanic saw as they left the final stop. And you can still see it.  And people who had relatives on that ship can still see it.  The only point that both land a sea goer could have seen.  That amazes me.  Lisa ...

    Cobh, Ireland and the Port of Cork

    A travel blog entry by prinret on May 10, 2014

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    ... commodity - in addition to freshly baked scones that were the best I ever tasted- free WIFI! The owners of the coffee shop were welcoming and encouraged us to use the WIFI for as long as we wanted. After such slow Internet service on-board, I took them up on their offer and spent an hour or so sending my e-mails and using Skype.

    On each excursion from the ship, a representative of the ship travels with the group as ...

    The Titanic

    A travel blog entry by pagerond on Oct 12, 2013

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    We made a few stops on our way to Kilkenny in County Kerry. First was the Titanic Experience in Cobh, a city formerly known an Queenstown. Cobh (pronounced Cove) was the last port of call for the Titanic before its fateful journey. 123 passengers (mostly 3rd class) boarded in Cobh. 17 survived. Each of us was given a boarding pass with ...

    Day 13 - Dungarvan to Cobh (Home)

    A travel blog entry by dmobrien73 on Aug 28, 2013

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    ... my speech for the madding crowds in Cobh. The Gardai (Irish Police) have laid on an escort with flashing lights and siren from 2 km out and at kilometre 1999, we rendezvous with The Cobh Road Train, which is a tourist attraction popular with young and old (owned by Laraghs Dad). My very own Charlotte and Christian whom are siting in the back carriage are grinning from ear to ear. I give them high 5's as the train follows the Gardai car and leads us four riders in to town. I ...

    A titanic day

    A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 23, 2013

    ... it is St Colmans and can be seen from almost anywhere in the town. Cobh is also the home of the ticket office of the White Star Line, and the original office at that from where the passengers of the Titanic left Ireland to board the ship. We visit the Titanic experience and learn the actual facts of the disaster. We have a drink at the pub that is on the pier where all the passengers boarded. On the drive home ...